'My conclusion is that these teabowls sit within a new genre.' In our current issue, #BonnieKemske considers the position of the contemporary teabowl – if it isn't used for tea, is it still a teabowl?
Pictured: Dry Lake by Australian ceramic artist #JeffMincham – a #teabowl displayed on timber from an ancient mangrove wood, retrieved from a drought-stricken lake.
#ceramicreview is the international #magazine for #ceramics , #ceramicart and #pottery . ceramicreview.com
ceramics is what got me into art and i haven’t worked with it since i was a senior in high school (almost 3 years ago) i would love to get back into it but its not something you can easily work on from home >.> ps i was heavily influenced by flowers back then and i would love to incorporate them into my portraits now 🌸
All my beauties are getting sold out pretty quickly! 🤩🤩I’m sooooooo flattered with your love❤️! When I announced the opening date on my instagram, I wasn’t sure if it’d work. Amazingly from the Sunday early morning, the number of visits and views went up like cray cray! I’m so thankful that you guys remembered and visited my shop! This is a huge motivation to work even harder! 💪💪💪#happyetsyseller#butterfliesinmytummy#love
My best 9 of 2017! 2017 isn’t even over yet, but I’ve already had such a transformative year through my pottery practice. Thank you to everyone who have mentored and supported me through this journey! 😘💜🌙 #2017bestnine